RequirementsMicrosoft Windows (All Versions)
Date addedJan 31, 2018
DVD Flick is still a terrific, free utility which can read different files and then convert them into DVD format, which is burnt to DVD.
There are a range of helpful tools contained in DVD Flick, for example, capacity to add extra custom made sound tracks, and subtitles and produce a menu for navigation. DVD Flick supports over 45 record formats, including 60 movie codecs, along with 40 sound codecs. Whenever you've produced a menu and additional subtitles (if needed) you can then burn your project to disk after shredding.
DVD Flick may read AviSynth scripts, which permit you to do complex post processing of pictures utilizing a powerful scripting language. You'll have to have AviSynth set up as a way to utilize its performance at DVD Flick.
- Support for more than 45 formats.
- Support for more than 60 movie codecs.
- Support for more than 40 sound codecs.
- Insert your own subtitles.
- Simple to use interface.
- Insert name menus.
- Burn off your job to disk after encoding.
FFMPEG can also be utilized to give video and audio encoding functionality so as to create the finalized DVD.
In general, DVD Flick is excellent tool that's lightweight, simple to use and contains practically no learning curve. The interface is actually easy to browse and consumers of all levels of experience will have the ability to convert and convert DVD files very quickly.
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